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    Default Not able to pass compiler variables via Command Line

    Hello,

    I am trying to create exe from my sbp file by using command line approach. All files that I need for installation are at [FILE_SOURCE_PATH] compiler variable which could be dynamic, thats why I am passing this variable from command line and creating compiler.txt logs as well.

    D:\Projects\buildtools\SetupBuilder>SB10.EXE /CS "D:\Projects\SetupBuilderProjects\TestClient\T est-Client.sbp" /CV FILES_SOURCE_PATH="D:\Projects" /LX "D:\Projects\SetupBuilderProjects\TestClient"

    Initially I have set [FILE_SOURCE_PATH] compiler variable to empty so that when this command gets run it will set path to variable and then it will create the exe files. however this is not happening, I got no error on command prompt and no exe files are generated. I have overridden(/LX) the default folder location of compiler.txt file but this file is not getting generated at given path.
    I am using UAC execution level as asInvoker.


    one more question. what will happen if we set the release from command line?

    Thanks in Advance!!

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    Default Re: Not able to pass compiler variables via Command Line

    Ouuchh!! My bad.

    I was using '=' in /CV switch thats why it wasnt working properly. And /LX switch before /CV created compiler.txt

    Thanks!!

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    Default Re: Not able to pass compiler variables via Command Line

    Thanks for the update!

    Friedrich

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